Former EPA President, Johannes Theiner was personally invited to represent EPA in an Open Seminar held in Barcelona on October 2nd, 2015 at Institut d’Estudis Catalans (Catalan Academy of Sciences). He had been invited by the “Impact-EV”-consortium acting within the European framework programme FP7. The purpose of this project is to characterise the impact of Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH) and prove the value of their science results.
EPA has been in contact with the initiators Ramon Flecha and Marta Soler, Professors of Sociology at the University of Catalunya/Barcelona. Their platform CREA is currently co-operating with EPA.
The full report can be read following this link.
You can read Johannes Theiner's presentation here.
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